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DCC Draft Annual Plan 2010/11

from the Dunedin City Council website

The Draft Annual Plan 2010/11 is available for public consultation until Monday 12 April 2010.

The Draft Annual Plan 2010/11 contains information about what the council intends to do in 2010/11 year and the ten years beyond this year. The consultation period is your opportunity to “Have Your Say” about what you want to see included in the Council’s plans.

You can make your submission via the online submission form.
Submissions close 5pm Monday 12 April 2010

Draft Annual Plan Summary 2010/11 (PDF, 338.7 kb, new window)
Introduced by the Mayor and the Chief Executive, this document provides a summary of the major city issues and projects and the financial forecasts included in the Draft Annual Plan 2010/11.

Draft Annual Plan 2010/11 with Table of Contents listed. The document can be downloaded in sections or as an entire volume.

Entire Volume (PDF, 1.6 mb, new window)
This is the full copy of the Draft Annual Plan 2010/11.

Introduction (PDF, 535.6 kb, new window)
Overview of council, member of the council and council’s structure.

Section 1 – Group Activities (PDF, 860.1 kb, new window)
This section contains information about the Council’s activities.
* Introduction
* Activity Group Structure
* Activity Contribution to Community Outcomes
* Economic Development and City Promotion
* Transport Network
* Personal Safety
* Public Health
* City Planning
* Community Development and Support
* Museums Libraries and Art Gallery
* Sport Recreation and Leisure
* Corporate Support Activities

Section 2 – Forecast Financial Statements (PDF, 298.6 kb, new window)
* Overview of Financial Forecast
* Forecast Financial Statements
* Forecast Financial Statements Notes
* Net Debt Graph
* Statement of Accounting Policies
* Additional Information
* Ten-Year Capital Expenditure Programme
* 2009/10 Capital Expenditure Programme by Outcome Area
* 2009/10 Capital Expenditure Programme by Outcome
* Inflation Adjustors
* Additional Information – Prospective Financial Information
* Significant Forecasting Assumptions, Uncertainties and Risks
* Activity Level Assumptions, Risks and Uncertainties

Section 3 – Funding Impact Statement (PDF, 147.6 kb, new window)
* Summary of Changes to the Rating Method
* Funding Impact Statement
* Rating Policy
* General Rate
* Targeted Rates
* Water
* Fire Protection
* Rocklands/Pukerangi Rural water Scheme
* Private Street Lighting
* Non-residential Economic Development /Tourism
* Residential Economic Development /Tourism
* Differential Matters and Categories
* Minimum Rates
* Low Value Rating Units
* Separately Used or Inhabited Part of a Rating Unit
* Lump Sum Contributions
* Rating by Installments
* Due Dates for Payment of Rates
* Sample Rate Accounts
* Definitions
* Mix of Funding Mechanisms by Group Activity
* Funding Principles

Section 4 – General (PDF, 243.4 kb, new window)
* Revenue and Financing Policy
* Development Contributions
* Fees and Charges
* Council Grants
* Events Funding

Submission Form (PDF, 28.7 kb, new window)
This form can be downloaded and used to make a paper based submission.

Last reviewed: 11 Mar 2010 10:16am

The Council will be taking an ‘Annual Plan Road Show’ to public events, shopping centres and other public venues from 20 March – 5 April 2010. This is your opportunity to talk to elected members or Council staff regarding the draft Annual Plan.

Draft Annual Plan Road Show and Public Meetings Schedule

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D Scene maintains stadium construction cost is $198 million

### D Scene 10-3-10
Perilous seas (front cover)
Dunedin surfers are concerned debris dumped at St Clair beach will seriously injure someone riding the waves at the popular location. See page 3.

Editorial: Have your say on how your money is spent (page 2)
[excerpt] Dunedin City Council has just put out its draft annual plan for how to spend your ratepayer’s money for consultation.
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Esplanade ‘falling to pieces’ (page 3)
By Wilma McCorkindale
A St Clair Beach surfie claims the popular recreation area is a neglected danger zone. A regular surfer at the beach for the past 30 years Mark Stevenson said he had twice succumbed to “dangerous” sharp bits of steel protruding out of the sand and among rocks at the St Clair Esplanade. He believed the steel scraps had been discarded by tradesmen working on the site, and the council should be ordering them to pick up the scrap.
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Topping if off (page 6)
Dunedin Mayor Peter Chin tightens bolts on work at the city’s multi-million dollar stadium. The Mayor’s picture opportunity at the stadium site marked work starting on the first of two steel columns that will support the stadium roof.
The stadium construction cost is currently $198 million.
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Zone change will ‘cost jobs’ (page 8)
By Wilma McCorkindale
Otago Chamber of Commerce had made a scathing attack on Dunedin City Council’s proposed harbourside [plan] change 7. “Plain and simple, it’s going to cost the city jobs,” chamber chief John Christie said. “The city council’s own advice, in its own reports, indicated this will cost the city jobs.”
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Talk: Dunedin on Dunedin (page 10)
Your say
GST on Stadium costs by ID Fincham, Mornington
Dunedin City Council finance and corporate support general manager Athol Stephens replies. #bookmark


Strong business case for potential Port merger (page 25)
By Alan Wood
A confidential report says “there is a strong business case” for a potential merger between Port Otago and Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, with one of the port owners saying a joining could happen by December. The Otago Regional Council, the owner of Port Otago, is in principle in favour of a port merger with Lyttelton Port of Christchurch though it says further discussions are needed before any merger proceeds.
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